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Book a charter flight to Sarasota Bradenton on the Gulf Coast in southwest Florida. Four area airports, including Sarasota/ Bradenton International (SRQ), accommodate all types of private charter and jet aircraft.


The city that will make you feel like dancing is none other than Sarasota, Florida. And well it should! Sarasota is derived from the Spanish term for "a place for dancing". Sarasota's lively art scene, gorgeous beaches, renowned golf courses, and breezy nightlife guarantee you a spot where you can let your hair down. No wonder it was also nicknamed the apt "Paradise"! Every morning, you will wake up to the stretching azure horizon of the Gulf Coast, the sea air tickling your nose with the promise of a wonderful day.

Sarasota at a Glance

While tourism reigns in the #1 spot in Sarasota, the business scene is currently enjoying a sky-high blast. The medical and grocery industries have been enjoying plenty of attention, and with an almost excitable fervor welcome new employees to better career paths in the Sarasota area. These opportunities coupled with accommodating neighborhoods, a mindful and encouraging school system, an energetic cultural scene, friendly retirement communities, and relaxing beaches make Sarasota feel like home to visitors and locals alike. Everything slows down, the warm weather and blue waters are rejuvenating, and there is plenty to do when you are finished soaking up the sun.

Sarasota's Location

Sarasota is located south of the Tampa Bay area and just north of Fort Myers and Punta Gorda. The city limits do not just encompass Sarasota Bay, but also include several barrier islands between it and the Gulf of Mexico.
Sarasota's humid subtropical climate encourages you to dress light, with hot and humid summers that fade into warm, dry winters. While the seasons may blend together, there are still distinct dry and rainy seasons. The rainy season typically spans from June to September, while the drier season kicks in from October to May.

Sarasota Attractions

Sarasota has plenty of stunning beaches to offer, with its historic golf courses coming in a close second as the main attraction for pulling in visitors; but this is where Sarasota gets mischievous. Downtown Sarasota features the Amish Market should be at the top of your list for starting your day off right and do not overlook Yoder's Restaurant for some of the finest pie you will sink your fork into.

Make your way to the Ringling Complex. The Ringling is so named after its former owners: John and Mable Ringling. John was actually one of the five Ringling Brothers of that famous circus, and during the 1920s he was one of the top richest men in America. When you enter the Ringling, you can see just how rich, with opulent displays and collections of Italian art, sculpture, and architecture, as well as the Ringling Brothers Circus Museum.

If you decide to relax in the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens instead, you can head over to the 99 Bottles Taproom and Bottle Shop where you not only can pick out some brews for your stay, but choose from an array of taps to sample. Then, head over to the Mote Marine Aquarium before strolling through St. Armand Circle, a small retail district founded by John Ringling riddled with shops, restaurants, bars, monuments, and memorials.

And do not forget the beach! Siesta Key Beach has been holding the #1 spot in the U.S. for a minute now, even beating out beaches in Hawaii. Its white sand is 99% quartz, which gives it its powdered white appearance, and because the quartz is so reflective you will not have to worry about crossing the hot sand at any point--especially as you settle in for one of Florida's iconic sunsets.

Things to See in Sarasota

Anna Maria Island

Whale Key

Harbor Key

Hallelujah Keys

Dan And Mary Miller Auditorium

Tidy Island

Whiskey Key

Bonne Fortune Key

Apollo Beach

Prices Key

Little Cockroach Island

Tropicana Field

Perico Island

Shell Key

Horseshoe Key

Salvador Dali Museum

Terra Ceia Island

Caspersen Beach

Turner Key

Casey Key

Dung Islet

Branches Hammock

Big Pass Key

Manbirtee Key

Bahia Beach

Shell Key Shoal

Pine Key

Tarpon Key

Lido Beach

Sand Key

Manasota Key

Leachs Key

Mud Key

Saint Antoine Key

Fort Desoto Ruins (Historical)

Bird Keys

Longboat Key

Mariposa Key

Camp Key

Pass-A-Grille Beach

Listen Key

School Key

Beacon Key

Little Bird Key

Leffis Key

Boca Ciega Isle

Jewfish Key

Conception Key

Summer Resort Key

Cabbage Key

Egmont Key Lighthouse

Fort Desoto Dog Beach

Tropical Island

Clay Hole Hammock

Pardee Key

Sister Key

Ringling Museum Of Art

Peacock Hammock

Snead Island

Bee Island

Saint Armands Key

Isla Del Sol

Eds Key

Kitchen Key

The Reefs

Sister Keys

Pannama Island

Whitted Airport Runway Extension Obstruction Light

Otter Key

A. Sample Theatre

Cunningham Key

Madelaine Key

Saint Christopher Key

Siesta Beach

Passage Key

Gulfport Middle Ground

Egmont Key

Jackass Key

Saint Barbe Key

White Key

Bahama Beach

Saint Jean Key

Messer Hammock

Sharker'S Island

Saint Petersburg Museum Of History

Sarasota Beach

Lido Key

Edwards Islands

Cow And Calf Key

Skeet Key

Ted Williams Museum

Manatee County Beach

Two Brothers Islands

Places near Sarasota

North Port
Port Charlotte
St. Petersburg
Pinellas Park
Plant City
Temple Terrace
Egypt Lake-Leto

Restaurants in Sarasota

marvista dockside restaurant
sandbar restaurant
hyde park prime steakhouse - sarasota
Sarasota Private Flights